Ayodhya, located in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, is poised to host one of the largest religious ceremonies in recent years with the consecration of the new Ram temple on January 22. The event will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will serve as the main officiant, along with various dignitaries and celebrities.The affairs of the temple and the orchestration of the ceremony are being managed by the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust. The ritual of imbuing the deity statues with life, known as Pran Pratishtha, will begin after noon and last about an hour, though festivities will commence in the morning.The high-profile consecration will be broadcast live across India, and the trust has encouraged virtual participation. The central government has declared a half-day holiday for employees to facilitate attendance.How to watch Ram Mandir inauguration onlineInterested in watching the Ram Mandir inauguration So, just tune in with us. Yes! Viewers can log on to Top Indian News website and social media handles to virtually take part in the inauguration ceremony. Users can click on the Top Indian News website. The updates will also be provided on our live blog and special coverage page, Sabke Ram.Schedule of the aartisThree aarti rituals will be conducted throughout the day. According to the schedule, shringar aarti will be at 6:30 am, bhog aarti at noon, and sandhya aarti at 7:30 pm.How to book aarti passes First, visit the official website of Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra - srjbtkshetra.org. You need to enter your mobile numbers, and you can log in using the OTP that appeared on your registered number. On the homepage, click on the Aarti section. Now, select the date and type of aarti you wish to attend. Enter the required details like devotee name, address, photo, mobile number, etc. On your visit to the temple, collect the passes from the counter and proceed to the aarti.Passes can be collected from the temple counter before the rituals upon showing a valid ID like a drivers license, voter ID, Aadhaar card, or passport. The passes will enable devotees to be part of this historic celebration in Ayodhya.